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. there has been speculation that the leadership has been grooming his jaundiced son as his successor. analysts believe the meeting could be used to appoint his heir key party posts. this would publicly signaled his desire to extend the family's role of the communist country to third-generation. back in germany, a court in munich is handed down lengthy prison sentences to two teenagers in connection with the killing last year of a 50-year- old businessman. the two teenagerattacked him after he tried to defend a group of schoolchildren being bullied and a local real way station. >> the defendants identified simply by first names for legal reasons were tried and a juvenile law. they were only 17 d 18 at the time of the attack. the court sentenced a the main attacker to more than nine years detention for murder. the prosecution said he acted from base motives, continuing to kick the victim after he had fallen to the ground. his accomplice received seven years. the court said the sentence was milder because he had not continued to attack him when he was lying on the ground. the defendants
are limited and he has to push this issue very fast. regardless of whether he is well groomed or ready. that's the reason they need a regent. >> warner: barbara, is there no rival power center? in other words, the fact that the son was given military appointments? does that mean the military is behind this and the elites are behind this? >> i hate to say this on television but i don't know. >> warner: that's very refreshing. >> i don't think we know. is there an internal power struggle? very possibly. yes. if i were in the military, i don't know that i would be so happy about a 27-year-old leader-son. >> warner: you've done a lot of reporting based on north korean sectors. it's fair to say if he takes over any time soon he's going to inherit a country in far worse shape than his father inherited? >> the country was in bad shape when his father inherited it. but the leadership was still in good shape. people really loved kim il song, even defectors i talked to have reverence for him. kim jong il has never been that popular. years now of famine and deprivation, people, i don't think, believe i
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